Android maker Google has yet to come up with any concrete solution for the battery issue affecting its flagship smartphone device, Nexus S.
Apparently, this issue started surfacing right after the company rolled out the Android 4.0 - more commonly referred to as the Ice Cream Sandwich update for the device.
According to many Nexus S owners, the battery life of their devices started declining dramatically after the installation of the ICS update - an issue Google seems to want to avoid commenting on.
Needless to say, the patience of many Nexus S owners is running thin. Many are of the opinion that the company should have already come up a solution by now.
According to a ZDNet report, Google refrained from issuing any statements when they were approached for comments on the issue - including what's causing it, and when the issue will be resolved.
"This means those with Nexus S handsets who have installed the upgrade will have to put up with the severely reduced battery life for now," noted David Meyer of ZDNet in his report. This may be upsetting for those who rely on their handsets each and every day.